I am a Colorado State graduate and have loved living in Fort Collins for the past four years. Broadcasting is my passion and I am so excited to join the Townsquare Media team! When I'm not working with radio, I enjoy playing the guitar, and exploring all the beautiful hikes Colorado has to offer.
Lawsuit Says Greeley Meat Plant Violated Regulations for 5 Years
JBS Swift Beef Company in Greeley allegedly failed to meet federal and state guidelines for five years.
Tuition at Colorado Colleges Has Increased 65% in Last Decade
Educational higher-ups met in Denver recently to discuss solutions.
Feeding NoCo Update: 63 Families Fed for the Holidays So Far
The Feeding NoCo fundraiser has raised $1,579.65 so far.
Get a Head Start on Thanksgiving with the 22nd Annual Turkey Trot
The 22nd Annual Turkey Trot presented by Banner Health (North Colorado Medical Center) starts at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning.
Timnath Will Light Up Main Street on December 6
The Holiday Lighting Festival will take place in Old Town Timnath on Friday, December 6.
This Fort Collins Tree Lights Up Dec. 1 for Abused Children
Join us in helping at-risk children at the 2019 NightLights Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Budweiser Clydesdales to Kick Off Brewery Lights Opening Ceremony
The famous horses will help flip on the holiday lights, which will shine until December 29.
Feeding NoCo Update: 47 Families Have Been Fed So Far
We've fed 47 families so far thanks to your generosity - let's keep going!
Wine and Dine with Live Music in Loveland for a Great Cause
The Steve Manshel benefit concert for Easterseals Colorado will be at Sweet Heart Winery on November 17.
There’s 10,000 Hungry Families in NoCo…Here Are Their Voices
Listen to stories from clients at the Food Bank for Larimer County. Consider giving a family a holiday meal by texting NOCO 25 to 50155.
Get Your “House Hunters” On and Help At-Risk Children
The Holiday Home Tour takes place on November 22 and 23, and benefits the Voices Carry Child Advocacy Center.
Greeley and Loveland Mayors Win Re-Election
Both John Gates and Jacki Marsh will serve second terms in their respective cities.